The Fastest, Most Scalable Path to Work-Readiness for College Students [Busteed]

The Fastest, Most Scalable Path to Work-Readiness for College Students — from evolllution.com by Brandon Busteed Excerpts: A credegree is a portmanteau of the words […]

Today’s awkward Zoom classes could bring a new era of higher education [Spar]

Today’s awkward Zoom classes could bring a new era of higher education — from edsurge.com by Debra Spar Excerpt: Indeed, the forced march to Zoom […]

“This isn’t helping the continued backlash against traditional institutions of higher education.” [Christian]

DC: This isn’t helping the continued backlash against traditional institutions of higher education.”#highereducation #debt #tuition #learningfromthelivingclassroom #learningecosystems https://t.co/srV971osSI — Daniel Christian (@dchristian5) September 4, 2020 […]

From “A New Way Forward” –> Big Picture Learning: Grab the Remote!

From A New Way Forward: Also see the following “Must Reads” from A New Way Forward: Get Real! by Carlos Moreno and Elliot Washor (Source: Navigating […]

Moody’s: Coronavirus is accelerating shift to online education [Schwartz]

Moody’s: Coronavirus is accelerating shift to online education — from educationdive.com by Natalie Schwartz Dive Brief: The pandemic will hasten a transformation of higher education […]

DC: For those involved in Theatre, here’s to such innnovation in the future!

From edsurge.com today: THOROUGHLY MODERN MEDIA: This spring, a college theater course about women’s voting rights aimed to produce a new play about the suffrage […]

Alternative Credentials, Scaled Degrees, and the New Higher Ed Matthew Effect [Kim]

Alternative Credentials, Scaled Degrees, and the New Higher Ed Matthew Effect — from insidehighered.com by Joshua Kim The potential impact of elite-branded affordable online certificates […]

With an eye towards the future…what questions should we be asking about learning experience design (#LXD)? [Christian]

From DSC: Some of the following questions came to my mind recently: In this age of the Coronavirus, how can we think differently about learning […]

Let’s use television to minimize the learning gaps that will otherwise be experienced by many students this next year! [Christian]

From DSC: If one doesn’t have access to the Internet, a computer, or any such mobile technology as seen in the image above…could TV become […]

Christian: We really need a standard for loading Q’s into a memory-refreshing app

From DSC: After reading Jeff Young’s article re: learning engineering and seeing the Nudge application from Duke University...it once again occurred to me that we […]

Another type of learning ecosystem (online, but from beautiful places!)

From DSC: I instantly see the inequities involved here — as only those with the resources can choose this route. Also, one would have to […]

The different Learning Objectives (LO’s) of the corporate world vs. the world of higher education: Who pays the price? [Christian]

From DSC: I’d like to thank Ryan Craig for mentioning several interesting articles and thoughts in a recent Gap Letter. At least 2-3 of the […]

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